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salomon S810ti bindings issue

 Poster: A snowHead
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My friend has these salomon S810ti bindings on his skis, and the front won't lower on one of them so there is a big gap between his boot and the ski. Is this fixable or are the bindings done?
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 Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
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It sounds like the binding with the gap has a part missing, since it sounds like you have tried to adjust them. I you can get a picture of them posted on here it will give a better indication of the issue.

However, if these are the original S810ti bindings, they are from around 2004/5 so are probably well past their use by date, and if you took them to be ski shop to be looked at they may refuse to work on them due to indemnity / liability.
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Thanks for responding so quick. Attached are pictures of the bindings. The good ones go up and down when I adjust them but the other ones don't move.
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I can’t see your images, I just get the 3 file names.

It sounds like the height adjuster has seized if there is no movement, so could be either rusted solid or have something stuck in the thread. If you have applied as much force as you are comfortable with, then your next choice is probably a ski shop, but as mentioned if they are from 2004/5 they may well condemn them for safety reasons.
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